Human Factors (Initial)
This course introduces you to Human Factors and explains the concept and its relevance to the Aviation industry as defined by EASA Part 145.A.30(e).
This E-learning session makes use of online presentations and is designed to satisfy the training requirement for Human Factors as defined by EASA Part 145.A.30(e).
The course introduces you to Human Factors and explains the concept and its relevance to the Aviation industry. It looks at significant historical events and relates them to current legislation and organisational developments.
Students will learn some basic error models and the “Dirty Dozen” concept before employing them to analyse genuine case studies. Then, looking at human limitations and how these can be affected by some of the aviation industry’s more unique hazards.
Finally, the course will explain the “Just” and “Safety Culture” ethos before highlighting everyone’s responsibility to understand and observe Human Factor issues with the Aviation industry.
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Training is delivered in the English language, in the form of e-learning.
2 hours (recommended minimum).
Every 2 years.
Our online e-learning products are compatible across multiple devices including PC, Mac and tablets. We recommend using the Google Chrome browser if you are a PC or MAC user for optimum experience. We also recommend allowing pop-ups from our site in your browser as some of our products include these.
Once you have completed the training your certificate will be available to download via your course page. You can access the course at any time should you want to refresh your knowledge.